Friday, October 7, 2022

BusyFormula #005: Sergio Perez wins for Red Bull as championship leaders fail to score...

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The Azerbaijan Grand Prix was one to forget for championship leader Max Verstappen and his arch-rival Lewis Hamilton as both drivers failed to score any points in the race.
Red Bull Racing's Belgian-Dutch driver Max Verstappen reacts in the pits during the second practice session at the Autodromo Nazionale circuit in Monza on September 2, 2016 ahead of the Italian Formula One Grand Prix. / AFP PHOTO / GIUSEPPE CACACE

BusyFormula #027: Max Verstappen does NOT deserve to be in Formula1

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However, what looked like a day of celebration for Red Bull was anything but as Max Verstappen showed his dark side. This has left many, including me, wondering whether Max belongs in modern Formula1, let alone become a world champion.

Golden triangle deal to empower Asia’s sportstech ecosystem

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Hong Kong-based Varcis Group, Melbourne’s Australian Sports Technology Network (ASTN) and Mumbai-based HiG Sports strike a partnership to enable APAC market access for companies across Australia, India, Singapore, Hong Kong, Korea, and Japan.

ASICS reveals ‘Return To Gold’ Australian Wallabies 2021 jersey

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ASICS, launched the Wallabies jersey for the 2021 season, returning to the iconic gold colour seen in the 1991 Rugby World Cup when the Wallabies lifted the William Webb Ellis Trophy.

The unlikely pairing of crypto and e-sports offers strategic opportunities

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The increasing convergence of blockchain-driven platforms with esports and gaming labels has got many wondering if this is a train to hop on or just a bubble set to burst soon. Whether it is to access a new pool of digital natives or enhance brand recognition beyond experienced traders, it is no doubt that the unlikely pairing has gained steady momentum.

ASTN and Melbourne Renegades launch open innovation program

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The Australian Sports Technologies Network (ASTN) has announced that Aussie sportstech startups will have the opportunity to pitch their tech to the Melbourne Renegades as part of a pilot opportunity in a new Open Innovation Pathway program facilitated by ASTN. The Melbourne Renegades will share three business challenges with participating startups that the Big Bash League team is looking to solve by piloting technology solutions or products.

Online sports coaching start-up SLOCOACH scores new partnership with Kayo Sports

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The partnership provides Kayo customers with access to select content created by the SLOCOACH platform, including personalised coaching tips and advice from world leading coaches and athletes to improve the customers’ own sporting performance. Students need to upload a video clip of themselves performing any skill, and they’ll receive unique feedback from the best athletes in the business.

BlueBet Holdings Ltd lists on ASX following its successful $80m IPO

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Mobile online wagering provider, BlueBet Holdings Ltd, will commence trading of its shares on ASX following the completion of its successful $80 million Initial Public Offering (IPO).

Formula 1 partners with Lenovo to bring its high tech to the circuit

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Formula 1 and Lenovo announced today that Lenovo is an Official Partner ahead of the upcoming 2022 season. The multi-year deal will see Lenovo’s cutting-edge technology used across Formula 1’s operations as it continues to bring the highest-level of racing and entertainment to its worldwide fanbase. As global leaders in their respective fields, Formula 1 and Lenovo want to push the boundaries of what’s possible when combining sports with advanced technology.

Global sports company PUMA signs Qatari athlete Mutaz Essa Barshim

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Sports company PUMA has signed Qatari athlete Mutaz Essa Barshim, one of the most successful high jumpers of all time, who will wear the company’s performance products starting at the Diamond League Meeting in Lausanne. With three World Championships and an Olympic Gold to his name, Barshim has already won everything there is to win in his sport.